TEXTILE FAIRS THIS YEAR

 

We will be taking part in a number of fairs in 2018. Those with dates confirmed are as follows.  Please check all dates & times with the organizers, & it may be useful to bring your cheque book & ID because most stall holders don't take credit cards.

 

HELLENS MANOR TEXTILE BAZAAR, Much Marcle, Herefordshire HR8 2LY

WEDNESDAY 11th & THURSDAY 12th JULY 2018

A feast of textiles new and vintage, designer clothes and lovely collectible world textiles for sale at this beautiful old manor house and gardens, plus lectures and workshops

Bailey Curtis (bailey@baileycurtis.com)  M: 07786 007 088   www.textilefairs.co.uk

 

TEXTILE FAIR at THE AMERICAN MUSEUM IN BRITAIN

Claverton Manor, Bath, Somerset BA2 7BD

SATURDAY 18th & SUNDAY 19th AUGUST 2018

Open 11.00 to 5.00pm

New, antique & vintage textiles in the stables of this fascinating museum and gardens just outside Bath

Contact: http://www.americamuseum.org


POP UP IN PIMLICO - TEXTILES & JEWELLERY FROM AFRICA & ASIA

with John Gillow, Barbie Campbell Cole & Martin Conlan of Slow Loris

WEDNESDAY 12th SEPTEMBER 2018  (ONE DAY ONLY!)

ST. JAMES THE LESS CHURCH HALL

Thorndike Street, Off Moreton Street, Pimlico, London SW1V 2PS

Open 11am - 6pm

NB: A necklace restringing service is available at the fair

More Information: Martin Conlan 07948 538 075

Payments: We accept cheques but not credit cards

 

POP UP IN PIMLICO - TEXTILES & JEWELLERY FROM AFRICA & ASIA

with John Gillow, Barbie Campbell Cole & Martin Conlan of Slow Loris

WEDNESDAY 14th NOVEMBER 2018 (ONE DAY ONLY!)

ST. JAMES THE LESS CHURCH HALL

Thorndike Street, Off Moreton Street, Pimlico, London SW1V 2PS

Open 11am - 6pm

NB: A necklace restringing service is available at the fair

More Information: Martin Conlan 07948 538 075

Payments: We accept cheques but not credit cards

 

 

Directions:


Pimlico Tube (Victoria Line): Thorndike Street is 3 minutes' walk from Pimlico tube. Walk up Tachbrook Street (opposite tube station), turn right into Moreton Street, then left into Thorndike Street. St James the Less Church/Church Hall also faces Vauxhall Bridge Road, but set well back - a beautiful late 19th century church complex of red and black brick, with wonderful Art Nouveau railings.

Victoria Tube station: Thorndike Street is 8 minutes' walk from Victoria station. St. James the Less is roughly half way down Vauxhall Bridge Road, on the right.

By car: Moreton Street is not accessible by car from Vauxhall Bridge Road (Red Route). Some non-resident parking is available down the other end of Moreton Street, or on Charlwood Street, which is further down Tachbrook Street on the left.